I offer a full range of body piercing services






Lobe    –      The most common part of the ear to get pierced. the lobe is considered to be the biggest and softest part of the ear and can sometimes take as many as three piercings in the same area. I only use the piercing gun for children ages 5 to 10 years old. Needle piercings are superior as the needle creates a hole for the jewellery instead of forcing it in. price £20 a pair

Helix    –      This is where the cartilage of the upper ear is pierced.  A needle is used to pierce the ear with  jewellery following it. Normally this will be a stud or a bead ring. Cartilage takes longer to heal, normally 3-6 months.  Price  £25

Scaffold   –   This is basically two helix piercings with a long barbell passing through both holes, it is also known as an industrial . A scaffold will normally take 3-6 months  to fully heal. Price  £30 

Tragus    –    The tragus is a fairly popular piercing involving the thick oval of cartilage that juts out directly in front of the ear canal. The type of jewellery can depend on the thickness of the cartilage and the person. The tragus can take anywhere from normally 3-6 months to fully heal.  Price £25

Conch    –     This is the large expanse of cartilage that forms the back of the ear. A barbell or labret stud is the most common jewellery worn in this piercing but a large ring can also be worn. This can take anywhere from normally 3-6 months  to fully heal.  Price  £25

Rook   –  This is an ear cartilage piercing located in the highest fold of ear cartilage, between the daith and the ear-rim. As it’s a cartilage piercing its takes about normally 3-6 months  to heal. Price £25

Snug  –  This is another cartilage piercing, the snug passes through a thicker fold of cartilage and can a bit longer to heal around 4-7 months. Price  £25

Daith – Again a cartilage piercing that is becoming extremely popular as it give relief to migraine sufferers. it take 3 -6 months to heal and costs £25

Forward Helix – A cartilage piercing at the edge of the ear, 3 – 6 months healing time. Price £25

Transverse lobe – A bar that goes through the bottom of the lobe. This is a very original piercing and looks quite unique. Healing takes around 6 weeks, Price £20


Eyebrow   –  Typically pierced horizontally through the eyebrow anywhere along the ridge. Barbells or rings are the most common types of jewellery worn in this piercing. This will normally take 6 – 8 weeks to heal.  Price  £25

Nostril     –   A standard nostril piercing is done with a smaller needle as the jewelry worn is smaller. A nose piercing is one of the most common facial piercings. Most people wear a small stud but rings are worn as well. Healing time is about 4 – 6 weeks. Price £20 done by needle

Septum    –    This is a piercing that goes through the nasal septum in the middle of the nose. The cartilage isn’t normally pierced but rather the small gap between the cartilage. Rings are most commonly worn and this will take 12 -16 weeks to heal properly.  Price £25

Lip    –   This can be anywhere along either your upper or lower lip. A ring or a stud can be worn depending on your style. Lip piercings usually take 4 – 6 weeks to heal fully Price£25

Labret    –   This is a stud through the middle of the bottom lip And will take 4 – 6 weeks to heal.  Price £25

Monroe   –   A Monroe piercing, named for the original beauty mark queen, Marilyn Monroe. A Monroe is located in the upper lip, slightly off-center to mimic the look of a beauty mark or mole. A  stud is worn in this piercing and will take around 4 – 6 weeks to heal. Price £25

Medusa  –  A Medusa piercing is the opposite of a labret piercing, located in the direct center of the upper lip. Again its a stud that is worn normally and it will take 4 -6 weeks to heal. Price £25

Tongue   –   A standard tongue piercing is a straight barbell through the center of the tongue. Healing time is usually 2 – 6 weeks. Price £25


Nipple    –   A nipple piercings can be at any angle but its most commonly placed horizontally at the base of the nipple. A barbell or a ring can be worn. The nipple can hold both a vertical and a horizontal piercing at the same time. Healing is between 8 – 16 weeks. Females must be over 18 to get a nipple piercings. Price £30

Navel    –    A navel, or belly button piercing, passes through the rim of the navel. Although typically done just above the navel on the top ridge, belly button piercings can go anywhere around the outside of the navel. It is pierced with a curved barbell but once fully healed most people change it for a J bar. Healing time is anywhere from 4 to 6 months. Price £25

Micro Dermal   –   A micro dermal can be placed anywhere on your body, it consists of a metal plate being inserted under the skin and a jewel disc is screwed into the plate. Healing time is normally 2 to 4 weeks. Price £40

Surface piercing  –  This is where a needle is threaded under the skin and then a bar follows. A specially shaped bar is used for this piercing as straight or even curved barbells can irritate the skin and cause migration. more and more people are choosing micro dermals over surface piercings as there is less chance of it migrating out and leaving a line of scar tissue. This piercing generally take 4-6 weeks to heal. Price £30


Prince Albert  –  The PA is a ring piercing that extends along the underside of the glans from the urethral opening to where the glans meets the shaft of the penis. Swelling a bleeding is expected after this piercing is done but normally heals well and quickly within 4 weeks. Genital piercings can increase sexual pleasure. Price £35

Clitoral Hood  –  The Clit hood can be pierced vertically or horizontally depending on the person. some women are unsuitable to have it done vertically so they have it horizontally or visa versa. The sensitive clitoris is not pierced as many woman fear but rather the flap of skin above it. This piercing also heals pretty quickly and normally within 4 weeks.Genital piercings can increase sexual pleasure Price £35

If you are thinking about a different type of genital piercing please contact me to discuss.


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